Working to replenish and sustain the natural and cultural resources of the Pupukea and Waimea Ahupua'a for present and future generations through active community stewardship, education, and partnerships.
NEW! See what we did Mar 27 at Sharks' Cove click here..
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Community Planting Day a Success!
NOAA Proposes Expansion of Whale Sanctuary
What is Coral?
Spotlight on Native Hawaiian Plants
Native Plant Training
Mahalo to everyone who came out this past weekend to help with our Community Planting Project. We successfully installed the bamboo fence to protect the work area and attached the signs made by our Ka Papa Kai students asking everyone to "Please Respect our Community Planting Project". Join us on Saturday, March 14th to help prep the area and again on March 21st for our big planting day!
Community Planting Project
Please join us
as we remove invasive weeds, plant native Hawaiian coastal species and help to improve rapid erosion on the west bluff above Sharks Cove. Too much sedimentation can kill our fragile reef below.
We need your help!
Mahalo Students of Kapi'olani Community College
They helped clear and remove an entire flatbed truck full of invasive weeds and shrubs. Click here to see how you can help us restore native vegatation to Sharks Cove and help preserver this precious ecosystem!
Ocean Operations Require Permits
All ocean recreation commercial operations now require permitsclick here for more info